Trash Mountain Project, Inc. is a U.S. non-profit, public charity approved by the IRS as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We strive to be 100% transparent and accountable to the public with concerns to all financial records. Every year we will post all annual reports and financials on this page of our website for public viewing.
Trash Mountain Project Inc. is committed to keeping administrative costs to a minimum. We have philanthropic donations that cover a significant portion of our administration and overhead costs. Money donated to overseas programs will go directly to support the projects that immediately impact the children and families we serve. Contributions made with no specific designation will be placed in the Trash Mountain Project, Inc. general budget to be distributed where funding is most needed.
In light of our commitment to financial integrity, Trash Mountain Project is honored to be able to share all organizational financial reports with the general public. As a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization, we are required to maintain financial accountability. The TMP Board of Directors and Staff encourage the examination of our use of ministry resources.
Within the above chart, “Program Services” is defined as all program expenditures directly used on-location serving children and families living in trash dump communities. “General Operations” is defined as all expenditures directly related to staff compensation and daily operational needs.
If there are any questions about how funds are being raised and ultimately used for this organization, please contact Brett Durbin, Executive Director. Thank you for your support as we serve the children and families of global trash dump communities.